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Aiwa XR M150 Micro Audio System Single CD (30 Watts)
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rating  2 of 5
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Description: Aiwa delivers high-quality sound and powerful bass with 30 Watts total power output in a portable Micro Digital Audio System. Featuring Q Sound, a sophisticated signal processing circuit that makes the stereo soundstage more expansive and lifelike, you wont believe the quality. By using advanced psychoacoustic principles, Q Sound creates a virtual sound image that seems to extend well past the speakers, enhancing your perception of width, height, and depth. And Aiwas portable stereos with Super T-Bass deliver surprisingly deep and powerful bass sound without the ""boominess"" that characterizes systems with less sophisticated low-frequency enhancement. The XR-M150 gives you outstanding performance from a system that weighs under 8 pounds.<br>


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Overall Rating:2
Value Rating:3
Submitted by Paul a Audio Enthusiast

Date Reviewed: January 2, 2002

Bottom Line:   
I bought this unit because the salesman told me that AIWA was known for there radios. Well they really dropped the ball with this one. This radio will only pick strong stations clearly. I have a Pioneer reciever nearly thirty years old that will pick up station that this unit only reckonizes as static. The controls are also confusing. Any time the power goes out the unit goes into an annoying Demo mode. Its time to get the manual out to reset the mode and time because you can not figure it out without. Tape is also not full logic. You have to stop the tape to go into FF or RWD. Although CD deck is programmable, it is rather limited. Each track must be programmed into the play list and its only valid as long as the disc remains in the player. An option to exclude tracks would have been much more useful. There is no tone control as such. It does have a rudimentary equilizer dubbed "Qsound" with appears to have minimal if any effect. It also has a bass boost button wich does give a noticable and pleasing effect to some music.
The unit does sound quite good at all but very loud volume settings. As such I cannot recommend the unit to anyone interested in picking up alot of radio stations. The rest of limitations that I mentioned could probably overlooked considering the price of the unit.

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Used product for:   3 months to 1 year

Duration Product Used:   Audio Enthusiast

Product model year:   2000

Price Paid:    $150.00

Purchased At:   Circuit City




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